What does Ja- mean?
Ja- [ja] as a girls' name (also used as boys' name Ja-) is pronounced ja. It is of American origin. Combination of the Ja- prefix with various endings. Pronunciation emphasis is on the second syllable. See also Jae, Janae, Janessa, Je- and Jo.
Associated with: combination (blend).
Ja- has 43 variants: Jacodi, Jaconda, Jakayla, Jakeisha, Jakira, Jakisha, Jakiya, Jalaina, Jalaine, Jalayna, Jalea, Jaleesa▼, Jaleese, Jalena, Jalessa, Jalicia, Jalisa▼, Jalissa, Jaliyah▲, Jalyn▼, Jamaine, Jamari, Jameisha, Jameka, Jamesha, Jamiesha, Jamika, Jamisha, Janecia, Janeesa, Janeese, Janeille, Janiel, Janielle, Janika, Janique, Janisha, Janisha, Janora, Jarae, Jaral, Javona and Jazelle.
1 masculine form: Je-.
Which version is better?with its variant forms and related girl names. Prominent related forms of Ja- (unlisted) are Jaliyah (#583 in 2015), Janessa (#721), Janae (#1003), Jakayla (#1368), Jazelle (#1391), Jaya (#1626), Janay, Janai, Jo, Jenae, Janea, Jamesha, Jalessa, Jaleesa, Jakiya, Jalisa, Jalissa, Jameka, Jalyn and Jamika. These relations of Ja- were popular as baby names 75 years ago (average #1903) and have become significantly less conventional since (#1734, down 77%), with versions such as Jaleesa becoming somewhat outmoded. Jaliyah and Janessa are two of the more chic names for newborns in this compilation. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)